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Since 1985, we have striven to create a strong community driven by the teachings of Jesus Christ, which are the guiding force in the lives of our growing congregation. Through our worship, activities and service to our community, we give our members the chance to become fully immersed in the wisdom and teachings of the Lord.

Sunday Mornings

God’s love connects us as a church body each week to worship and celebrate Him. Additionally, His mission focuses us to welcome those joining us for the first time, and to provide a warm, friendly environment as they seek Him. We ask everyone who is able, to give of their time and talents by serving on Sundays in some capacity. 


Welcome Team

Our team goes beyond opening doors and ushering to seats. We warmly welcome Northwest Chapel family members and friends with the love of Christ, and cultivate an atmosphere of safety and hospitality. Contact Brenda Colegrove to serve.

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Worship Arts

Our services consist of a variety of worship genres and elements; we value all forms and expressions of worship in alignment with the Word of God. Would you like to serve? Available positions include: vocals, band, audio tech, visual tech, stage design and décor, choir, orchestra and drama. Contact Shirley Rettstatt for more.


Kids & Students

We provide high quality programming for children nursery through 12th grade, and rely on caring, responsible, kid-friendly volunteers who have met our security standards. To share the love of Christ with children on Sundays, contact Noah Carpenter (nursery thru 4th grade) or Pastor John Pappas (5th-12th grade).

Our Community

We have several teams serving Northwest Chapel family and neighbors. Our student ministries engage in outreach to the community. Families can serve side by side. Learn more about how you can take part.

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Give this Christmas Away:


Our biggest outreach of the year--20 service opportunities and 500 volunteers who bless 1,000+ Central Ohioans, including women choosing life for their babies; families of the incarcerated; women being trafficked, and more.


Learn more about this year's GTCA and fill out a Project Creation Form.

Our Own Backyard:


Every Saturday a team of folks prepare and distribute meals and needed items to homeless and those in transition. Contact Abe Pendleton to volunteer.

Helping Hands:


We have a team to help with minor projects that need attention around the house. If you’d like to volunteer, please connect with Eric Snider.

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Meals & Groceries:


Sometimes a few meals and bag of groceries can provide a boost for those experiencing crisis or who are recovering from surgery. Contact Mary Anne Acer to help.

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